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Daffodil Day 24th March
Come and join us for a Coffee Morning in the Friendly Room, St Ann’s
11am – 1pm
All proceeds to the Irish Cancer Society
Music on Sunday
26th March 2017 Fourth Sunday in Lent (Mothering Sunday)
Sung by St Ann’s Choir
Setting: Gibbons Benedictus from Short Service
Anthem: Rutter For the Beauty of the earth
Lunchtime Alpha Express meets TUESDAYS at 1PM. For full details of the next course, contact the Parish Office or firstname.lastname@example.org. The current course began on Tuesday February 21st 2017
Calling all over 55! Would you like to learn how to use a computer? Classes for beginners take place every Monday and Wednesday. Those interested can enrol by contacting the Parish Office on 01 676 7727.
Choirs wishing to sing at Sunday Services in St Ann’s are asked to contact the Director of Music, Charles Marshall on (01) 676 7727 or email@example.com.
Wednesday 22nd March Music Network presents Emmanuelle Bertrand (cello) & Pascal Amoyel (piano) 8pm
These long term collaborators make a terrific duo, Amoyel’s nuanced phrasing providing the perfect foil for the lyricism and textures of Bertrand’s cello. Performing music by Fauré, Saint–Saëns, Liszt, Brahms and Kevin Volans.
Cost: €20/€15/€10 on the door or at https://goo.gl/Sp4a82
Saturday 25th March Niall McGuigan Concert 8pm
Niall Mc Guigan is a musician & music therapist from Castleblayney, Co.Monaghan. Releasing his debut album “awareness”, Niall will perform with full band & the SUSO Gospel Choir. His music is an eclectic mix of reggae, rock, folk & khoomi (mongolian throat singing)
Cost: €15/€12 (conc) available at the door
Saturday 8th April Dublin Gospel Choir Easter Concert Doors open 7.30pm
Probably the only act in the world to collaborate with artists as diverse as Stevie Wonder, Nitin Sawhney, John Legend, Riverdance, James Brown, Damien Rice, Rod Stewart, The Chieftains, Outkast and renowned film composer Ennio Morricone, The Dublin Gospel Choir continue to amaze audiences all over Europe with a brilliantly adaptable repertoire of songs.
Their live shows are legendary, and as a household name in Ireland, they are one of the most–often featured music acts on national television and radio, aside from their success as a touring and recording act. They spread joy!
This Easter concert in St Ann’s Church Dawson will see the choir perform their legendary live show in the beautiful surroundings of the church situated right in the centre of the city on Dublin’s Dawson St.
Early booking advised.
Cost: tickets €21.50 including booking fee from www.tickets.ie
Tuesday 11th April Young Dublin Symphonia and Danish Youth Orchestra Concert 5.30pm
Cost: €10 per family available at the door
Wednesday 19th April Mia Cooper, Katherine Hunka, Ioana Petcu–Colan & Helena Wood 8pm
This concert brings together Leaders and Associate Leaders of Ireland’s most prestigious orchestras for the first time in an all–violin quartet. Programme will include music by Telemann, Bartók and an exciting new commission by Ian Wilson, inspired by Cy Twombly’s ‘Quattro Stagioni’.
Cost: €20/€15/€10 on the door or at https://goo.gl/kdjHgP
Lunchtime Concerts 2017:
Cellist Yue Tang in recital at St Ann’s: